A painting doesn't have to have a real usability other than you looking at it. Obviously, a car, an engine, or battery has to fit people's needs.
I believe there's still room for the dream a lot of people in the industry have - to design and build your own cars.
I come from Denmark; Fisker Automotive comes from California.
I could imagine that boats sailing in harbors will only use electric engines. And then once they are out in the water they will use diesel.
I have a 100-mile round trip commute on some of the nations' busiest roads and enjoy every minute of it.
I like doing business with people in India.
I like to come up first of all with a free idea, thinking about and obviously understanding what is necessary for it to become a car.
I want to explore the existing manufacturing abilities of Indian companies and create products together.
I've always wanted to design a Mustang. I just never really had the opportunity in my career because the timing was never right.
Once investors come in, it's hardly your company anymore!
People feel very emotional about cars, and I don't want them to feel bad about driving a fast car.
The car is the most regulated thing in the world. It's more complicated to make a car than it is to send a rocket to space.
When I see a car I've designed going down the street and somebody admiring it, that's a nice feeling.
When I was at BMW and Aston Martin, I realized how difficult and how many resources it takes to create a car - let alone a car company.
When we first showed the Karma in January 2008, we had barely started the company.
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